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Northport Cow Harbor soccer tournament raises money for breast cancer awareness

East Northport's Kristen Devinney, 10, who plays for

East Northport's Kristen Devinney, 10, who plays for the Elwood Cosmos girls soccer team, poses for a photo with New York Cosmos players Paulo Mendes and Diomar Diaz at the Northport Cow Harbor Columbus Weekend Tournament. (Oct. 13, 2013) Photo Credit: Tara Conry

Roughly 5,000 boys and girls sported hot-pink socks and competed in the 25th annual Northport Cow Harbor United Soccer Club's Columbus Weekend Tournament to raise money and awareness for the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund.

Even the lines on the soccer fields at
Photo Credit: Tara Conry

Even the lines on the soccer fields at Northport High School were painted pink to promote breast cancer awareness during the two-day Northport Cow Harbor United Soccer Club's Columbus Weekend Tournament. (Oct. 13, 2013)

Roughly 2,000 youth soccer players wore these socks,
Photo Credit: Tara Conry

Roughly 2,000 youth soccer players wore these socks, which they received in exchange for a $10 donation to the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Reseach Fund, at the Northport Cow Harbor Columbus Weekend Tournament. (Oct. 13, 2013)

The members of Arsenal, Commack's U10 boys team,
Photo Credit: Tara Conry

The members of Arsenal, Commack's U10 boys team, show off their hot-pink socks and limited-edition pink New York Cosmos scarves, which they received for donating to the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Research Fund. (Oct. 13, 2013)

Barcelona, Northport's U10 boys soccer team, was among
Photo Credit: Tara Conry

Barcelona, Northport's U10 boys soccer team, was among the many teams at the Northport Cow Harbor Columbus Weekend Tournament that donned pink socks for breast cancer awareness. (Oct. 13, 2013)

From left, Massapequa Fury players Mia Baldinger, 9,
Photo Credit: Tara Conry

From left, Massapequa Fury players Mia Baldinger, 9, Megan Kirtyan, 9, and Chiara Greco, 9, wear matching pink socks with breast cancer awareness ribbons to support the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund. (Oct. 13, 2013)

Anthony Lucia, 39, coach of the Rocky Point
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Anthony Lucia, 39, coach of the Rocky Point Rockies U10 girls soccer team, joins his players in wearing pink socks for breast cancer awareness at the Northport Cow Harbor United Soccer Club's Columbus Weekend Tournament. (Oct. 13, 2013)

Cold Spring Harbor and Massapequa soccer players show
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Cold Spring Harbor and Massapequa soccer players show their support for breast cancer awareness while going head-to-head in the 25th annual Northport Cow Harbor United Soccer Club's Columbus Weekend Tournament. (Oct. 13, 2013)

East Northport's Kristen Devinney, 10, who plays for
Photo Credit: Tara Conry

East Northport's Kristen Devinney, 10, who plays for the Elwood Cosmos girls soccer team, poses for a photo with New York Cosmos players Paulo Mendes and Diomar Diaz at the Northport Cow Harbor Columbus Weekend Tournament. (Oct. 13, 2013)

Evan Kelly, 11, of Northport, and his teammates
Photo Credit: Tara Conry

Evan Kelly, 11, of Northport, and his teammates sport pink socks for Breast Cancer Awareness Month while competing in the 25th annual Northport Cow Harbor United Soccer Club's Columbus Weekend Tournament. (Oct. 13, 2013)

East Northport resident Katie Smythe, 10, who plays
Photo Credit: Tara Conry

East Northport resident Katie Smythe, 10, who plays for the Elwood Cosmos, gets one of her jerseys signed by Diomar Diaz of the New York Cosmos professional soccer team. (Oct. 13, 2013)

New York Cosmos players Paulo Mendes, 23, and
Photo Credit: Tara Conry

New York Cosmos players Paulo Mendes, 23, and Diomar Diaz, 23, pose for a photo with Andrew Petito, 6, of Centerport, to help raise money for the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund. (Oct. 13, 2013)

Wearing pink socks adorned with breast cancer awareness
Photo Credit: Tara Conry

Wearing pink socks adorned with breast cancer awareness ribbons, Northport soccer player Rosie Garrecht, 15, poses for a photo with her father, Fritz Garrecht, 56, who sits on the board of directors of the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund. (Oct. 13, 2013)

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